Icies, they're the only breed in the country. We do, well, Icelandic style I guess. It's kind of like saddleseat but most people also do a little dressage. We again ride in Icelandic saddles which look like dressage ones, and the most common bridle is a simple one, crownpiece, cheekpieces and a browband. Nosebands are almost always used, the drop ones were used a lot but now I'm seeing more of other types.
I do ASH shows, Mounted Games, Campdrafting, Polocrosse, a bit of Jumping, Trails riding, Stockwork... Basically everything.
Tack? I was using just a wintec 500, but have finally got my new stock saddle. I don't have many pictures of me riding in it yet, except for polocrosse ones, and you can't really see it. I use a barcoo bridle with cotton reins, normally cotton split reins with leather buckles, sometimes cotton one peice reins for MG.
The main breeds where I am are Canadien horses, canadian-bred quarter horses, standardbreds and appys. There are loads of others but as far as general riding goes that's what most of them are. IMG_5916.jpg
The Canadiens were standing on a huge chunk of ice dumped from the water bin I thought it was funny and when I took a picture my camera glitched The paint in the backround is a canadian barrel-bred quarter horse and the grey is my Percheron-Arab cross.
As far as tack goes, the stable where I board has everything english, western, Austrailian stock, a couple of old western parade saddles, dressage, bareback pads...someone even has a mexican saddle!